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1.Try resetting the
Walkman by pressing the RESET button located on it. It looks like a small hole. You can use
any pin or any sharp pointed object to reset it.
Then connect back the Walkman to check whether it works.
2. Use the supplied USB cable to connect the Walkman to the Computer. 3. Disconnect all other USB devices if you have connected to avoid conflict. 4.Connect the Walkman to the other USB ports on the Computer. 5.Check whether the USB Driver is installed in the Computer or if it is corrupted. You can check whether the USB Driver is corrupted or not by following steps below(only for Windows Operating System). Right-click on MyComputer icon and select "Manage". Then, select Device Manager at the left plane.
Then check whether any "Unknown device" or "?" or "!" is listed under
Universal Serial Bus Controllers at the bottom of the right pane. If there is so, then right-click on it and select uninstall. This will un-install the USB Driver. Then, un-plugg the USB cable and plug-it in. Now, the Walkman should be recognized as a removable device in My Computer.
the issue persists, then connect the Walkman to a different Computer to
check whether the issue is with the Computer or the Walkman.
the issue persists even with different Computer, If the issue persists you may try using a different compatible USB cable.
Connect your MP3 player via USB cable to the Computer.
when you connet mp3 player, it will automatically running.
If not running go to My computer - Select Removable Device and Open -
Copy Music File or Picture from your computer and paste to your mp3 player.
Step 1:Plug the appropriate end of the USB link cable that came with your SanDisk MP3 player into the MP3 player itself. The port for this cable can be found on the right side of most models of SanDisk MP3 players.
Step 2:Plug the other end of the USB link cable into a free USB port on your computer. This will effectively connect your SanDisk MP3 player to your computer.
Step 3:Turn your computer on. This will cause your SanDisk MP3 player to automatically begin drawing power from the computer and charging its battery. On the screen, an indicator light will flash yellow while the player is charging.
Step 4:Disconnect the cable from both your MP3 player and your computer when the device has finished charging. You will be able to tell when the charge is complete when the indicator light that previously was flashing yellow appears as solid green.
try re installing the cd program of ur mp3 or if you dont have any... try this. (for windows computer only)
1- plug your mp3 in the computer using your usb. 2- go to my computer.... in the left task pane. click view systems information. 3-the system properties dialogue box will appear. 4-click the hardware tab then click the device manager. 5-the device manager tab will appear. 6- click the portable devices then you will see the name of your device. 7-click the name of your device . 8- you will see in the general tab in the dialogue box that will appear 'device usage' 9- enable it.
Ok, wich USB you are conectting? Cause if you are connectting in the front, it don´t have enought current to recharge the mp3, but wether you connect in the back USB , it will works very good. If you have a Notebook, connect in other USB until you find the correct one. I Think that i Help You, Good Luck.
It is easier to reformat the mp3 player. When the mp3 is plugged in to the PC, go to my computer, the double click the mp3 player there. You will see internal storage, right click that and click format. You will lose all the stuff on the mp3 player.